From Patient Centred to Patient Driven   Improving the Orthopaedic experience

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. ?A brilliant ground breaking idea. It provides the opportunity to participate in two way communication, in a relaxed atmosphere, to share the experience in a frank and open manner. If it can contribute to a better understanding between staff and patients, then it can only be for the good, to impro

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1. From Patient Centred to Patient Driven – Improving the Orthopaedic experience Aim; To break down barriers to getting patients actively participating in improvement Design and produce corporate guidance for improving patient experiences in Bolton Improvements; Top Ten Tips for patients - designed by patients for patients Improved car transfer practice Involving patients in bedside handovers, sessions for staff on diabetic awareness, improving communications Improved pain management

2. “A brilliant ground breaking idea. It provides the opportunity to participate in two way communication, in a relaxed atmosphere, to share the experience in a frank and open manner. If it can contribute to a better understanding between staff and patients, then it can only be for the good, to improve the quality of service for every one.” Brian Roper – Bolton patient and part of the orthopaedic patient experience team

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